Faysh Khabur Border Crossing administration does not allow the passage of wounded SDF members
The Semalka Border Crossing administration said that the Faysh Khabur administration did not allow the wounded of the Syrian Democratic Forces and people close to the Autonomous Administration to cross over South Kurdistan.
The Semalka Border Crossing administration announced that the Faysh Khabur administration, the South Kurdistan side of the gate, made it difficult for the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) wounded and people close to the Autonomous Administration to pass. The statement of the Semalka administration is as follows: “Those wanting to cross into South Kurdistan from Rojava for treatment are blocked by the Faysh Khabur administration. While the security forces are required to respond to crossing requests within 48 hours, this period can take up to 10 days.
Security forces affiliated with the KDP have so far rejected 106 requests for crossing. Most of the rejected demands were those of people close to the Autonomous Administration or members of the SDF. “Security” was cited as the reason for the rejection.
The Faysh Khabur administration prevents the people of Northern and Eastern Syria from going to South Kurdistan, as well as the wounded from the SDF, YPJ and YPG, who were injured fighting ISIS.
Duhok public order forces threaten to throw the drivers who bring the injured into prison.”